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Jazz-Funk, Funk
  • Artista:
    Prince
  • Título:
    Crucial
  • Género:
  • Estilo:
    Jazz-Funk, Funk
  • Fecha de publicación:
    1991
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2984 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    1523 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    2606 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.2
  • Votos:
    450
  • Registro de:
    CD, Compilation, Unofficial Release

Lista de canciones

1PrinceCrucial7:31
2PrinceCan't Stop This Feeling I Got2:07
3PrinceLife Is Like Looking For A Penny In A Large Room With No Light3:20
4PrinceWe Can Funk5:30
5Prince With Miles DavisCan I Play With U?3:53
6Miles DavisAmandla5:13
7PrinceCrucial7:20
8PrinceGirl O' My Dreams1:27
9PrinceLast Heart3:04
10Prince And The RevolutionWitness 4 The Prosecution4:00
11PrincePower Fantastic4:49
12PrinceSexual Suicide3:37

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TCC 024Prince Crystal Ball ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial)Three Cool CatsTCC 024Germany1991
NR711Prince Crucial With Miles Davis & Friends ‎(LP, Unofficial)Natural NR711Unknown
TPT 101Prince with Miles Davis Prince with Miles Davis - Crucial ‎(LP, Unofficial)Tunnel Park TunesTPT 1011990
CRUX 89Prince With Miles Davis Prince With Miles Davis - Crucial ‎(CD, Unofficial)Not On Label (Prince), Not On Label (Miles Davis)CRUX 89US1989
CD 3001Prince Crucial ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial)Goblin Records CD 3001Australia1990

Notas

Compilation of various outtakes from 1985/86

The release is titled as "Crucial" & "Prince With Miles Davis" but it's missleading: they never worked together in a studio - 'Crucial' is a Prince solo and 'Can I Play With U?' was sent on tape to Miles Davis (in both instrumental and vocal versions) and he added trumpet to the track.

Track 1 is pirated from Miles Davis - Amandla

The titles are incorrect printed as follows:

1. The H Man
2. Red Riding Hood
3. Fantastic
4. Crucial (Extended Version)
5. Break My Heart
6. Can't Stop
7. We Can Funk
8. Welcome
9. Witness
10. Crucial (Normal Version)
11. Sexual Suicide
12. Girl In My Dreams

Códigos de barras

  • Rights Society: OSA
  • Matrix / Runout: CDI DIGIP P910001

Empresas

  • Manufactured By – Unknown (P)
  • Glass Mastered At – Digipress

Vídeo

Álbum

Prince Vault, Crucial is the fifth track on the second disc of Prince's 20th album Crystal Ball his fourth using the name . The online to Prince - Crucial and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and is the self-titled second studio album by American singer Prince. It was released on October 19, 1979 by Warner Bros. The album was written, arranged, composed, produced and performed entirely by Prince. Overall, Prince was regarded as more diverse than For You 1978, and performed better critically and commercially. Reviewing in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies 1981, Robert Christgau wrote: This boy is going to be a big star, and he deserves it. From Prince Vault. Jump to: navigation, search. Cross The Line . Non-Prince Songs. All Prince Songs. Unreleased Songs. Crystal Ball. from the album Crystal Ball. Original version before saxophone and guitar solo overdubs. Longer recording with some vocal and musical mixing differences, and lengthy saxophone solo by Eric Leeds. Longer recording with some vocal and musical mixing differences, and lengthy guitar solo. Version with Susannah Melvoin singing lead. Version with Clare Fischer Orchestra overdubs possibly the same as above. Prince Junior's 'Crucial Boy' track appeared on the King Jammys' classic LP Prince Jammy Presents Vol. Although he recorded a few songs for King Jammys in 1986, much information about this artist remains unknown. This crucial song preaches equal rights, justice, love & unity over his high-pitched weeping voice with his conscious and profound lyrics. The release is titled as Crucial & Prince With Miles Davis but it's missleading: they never worked together in a studio - 'Crucial' is a Prince solo and 'Can I Play With U' was sent on tape to Miles Davis in both instrumental and vocal versions and he added trumpet to the track. Track 1 is pirated from Miles Davis - Amandla. The titles are incorrect printed as follows: 1. The H Man 2. Red Riding Hood 3. Fantastic 4. Crucial Extended Version 5. Break My Heart 6. Can't Stop 7. We Can Funk 8. Welcome 9. Witness 10. Crucial Normal Ver. Crucial was a 1986 Prince ballad that wound up being released a decade later, in a different form, on 'Crystal Ball. Crucial was officially released in 1998, more than a decade after its creation. According to PrinceVault , initial tracking took place on Sept. 13, 1986 at Princes Galpin Road studio, days after the end of the Parade tour and weeks before Prince disbanded the Revolution. The Crystal Ball album itself had a bumpy road into consumers' hands because Prince missed a few crucial details when choosing an ambitious five-CD set to be the first album he sold, manufactured and distributed all on his own. Crucial In Dub is a dubskareggae music album recording by PRINCE JAMMY released in 2011 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. This song is by Prince and appears on the box set Crystal Ball 1998. Baby, you've got to be from a different world'Cause just one look from you could make an army surrenderBabe, you've got to rescue me girl, girlA prisoner in love with the opposite gender. I ain't sayin' you're better, baby, but I ain't sayin' you're notI ain't sayin' anything until you stopNever forget that 'cause baby, I'll be your jack of all tradesA mind and body well made. The album Crystal Ball is the second triple album in succession following Emancipation. Each of the album's three CDs contains 10 tracks and lasts 50 minutes, resembling Emancipation's 12-song, 60-minute disc lengths. What's My Name 3:04 recorded 1993. Crucial 5:06 recorded 1986. An Honest Man 1:13 recorded 1985. Sexual Suicide 3:40 recorded 1985


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This bootleg contains the only actual Prince/Miles Davis collaboration, "Little Red Riding Hood" (also known as "Can I Play With U"). Most of the other tracks are outtakes and demos from Prince's late 80s period. "The H Man" is a Miles Davis track (also known as the title cut from Davis' "Amandla" album) and does not feature Prince at all.